How to see the lyre meteor shower

How to see the lyre meteor shower

It is almost time for the meteor shower Lirith to come from the comet’s tail around the Sun once every 415 years.

Comets may be rare, but Earth passes through the remnants of its orbit in late April each year. This year, moderately bright meteors that appear as debris travels through the atmosphere are visible in the Northern Hemisphere from April 16 to April 30.

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